Welcome to Belgian Coast


Out of season many towns can feel deserted, but with its regular events and conventions, hub-town Ostend keeps a lively vibe year-round. Other top picks for coastal stays include De Haan, wealthy Knokke-Heist and Bredene.


Top experiences in Belgian Coast

Belgian Coast activities

$17.94 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

SEA LIFE Blankenberge Direct Entrance Ticket

With more than 50 aquariums displaying underwater life from rivers, seas and oceans around the planet you will have the opportunity to learn more about this fantastic world.See sharks, piranhas, seastars, seahorses, turtles, seals and many other amazing sea creatures. Discover more about SEA LIFE rescue programs and be inspired by their aim to protect the underwater world. The SEA LIFE network not only allows millions of people to see how beautiful is the world's seas and oceans, but also plays an important role in protecting these waters and their inhabitants for the future. One of the most famous part of SEA LIFE Blankenberge is the seal rescue centre, where dozens of sick seals wash up on the Belgian coast every year are brought and cared for. Since 1998 the Rescue Team has collected over hundreds of seals and cared for them before releasing them back into the sea, thanks to the support of SEA LIFE's sympathisers and visitors. In the large 2,750 m2 outdoor area you can also observe the crazy Humboldt penguins, playful otters and impressive sea lions.

$35.87 Cultural & Theme Tours

Half-Day Tour From Arras or Lens to Notre Dame de Lorette and Hill 70

 Our first stop will be Notre-Dame-de-Lorette where you will see: - The National Necropolis at Notre-Dame-de-Lorette  - The Ring of remembrance - Lens'14-18 Centre for the history of war and peace- Hill 70 MemorialAfter the First World War, the hill of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette was chosen by the French Government to receive the remains of French soldiers from over 150 cemeteries on fronts of Artois, Flanders and Belgian coast.Extending over almost 300 meters, the biggest engraved memorial in the world bears the name of the 580 000 soldiers, of all nationalities, who fell in Flanders and the Artois during the First World War.Lens'14-18- Centre for the history of war and peace. Established at the foot of the hill of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, this museum presents the history of the Great War .

Belgian Coast in detail